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    Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System

    Hi friends,
    What is Microsoft ACPI compliant system ? i am using Windows vista, There is an unknown device in Device Manager listed as location: on Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System.

    How to troubleshoot this unknown device error listed in Device manager ?

    Thank you

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    Re: Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System

    The Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System component provides the Microsoft ACPI Driver in the acpi.sys file. This component additionally supplies the INF (information) files, acpi.inf and machine.inf. The machine.inf file is the system-supplied INF file for a standard device.

    See here and read More Information: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...bedded.5).aspx

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    Re: Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System

    Download Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System drivers for your system.
    Step-by-step guide for install Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System driver.
    1. Download file for Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System from our site, save it on your computer and unzip.
    2. Connect your Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System to computer.
    3. Right click on My computer and click Properties. Go to Hardware tab. Click to Device Manager button.
    4. Find your new Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System on system category double click on device and press Reinstall Driver button.
    5. Select Install from specific location, check Include this location and click Browse button to select the Microsoft driver click Next button to continue and click Finish button to finish installation.
    6. After this procedure you should see new Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System in system inside device manager.

    Download it from here

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    look at me bro they don't know nothing. that only mean your automatic updates are disabled enable it and try to update driver, you'll see it will be updated and fully worked

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    Re: Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System

    Quote Originally Posted by Sale5 View Post

    look at me bro they don't know nothing. that only mean your automatic updates are disabled enable it and try to update driver, you'll see it will be updated and fully worked
    What are you trying to justify and whom are you telling that? Through the Intel INF drivers will ensure a smooth operation between Intel chipsets, to ensure the proper South Bridges and operating system. In each case the latest versions are of course designed for the latest chipsets, older versions typically require often an older driver.

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